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My samsung smart tv won't connect to my network
You need to setup all you computer network to home network not public network because in order to connect you need to have a password which you need for every system in your home. Consider which computer is your main system. Then go to control panel and select networking icon and select network status. Now click on where it says Public Network or even Home Network and re choose home network and right down the code password. Then click ok and you are set. Go to your TV and choose to setup network, then choose to detect network automatically and choose your network. Then type in your password and you are set. Try it now and you should be able to view your photos, videos and so on. Good luck and let me know you you go!!
Samsung 46" Full...
on Sep 15, 2014
Picture quality has suddenly degraded
Some time you get a bad one out of the store,still under warranty period.Yes best just return it to the store get a new one or get some store credits buy another one.Tried research if this brand and models of tv you have this problems happen to it more than the other tv brands out in the market.Tried to proof it to Samsung to get a replacement from them.U tries other incoming live tv broadcast make sure it it not the tv station signal or u tried tv with other media devices like BLURAY or DVD players see u have the same problems correct.
Samsung 46" Full...
on Aug 30, 2013
My Samsung 3D player HT-E6750W turns itself on and off any help please
SOLUTION: This was happening to us for over 6 months, lately its every few minutes, i just figured out its due to faulty front touch pad, if you open the unit and remove front face of the player, remove the single small ribbon wire that connects to front touch pad, leave the other little ribbon wire as this is for the remote control IR receiver, only the remote control can work with this now obviously.
on Apr 10, 2020
Samsung ht-tx500 keeps saying no disc what could the problem be?
- There may be DVD region limitations on your device, and you use a DVD disc that is not listed in your device.
- It may also be the vendor of your brand DVD disc, including those that are not recommended.
- The format of the files on your DVD disc, does not support.
- Disc Optic is dirty / dusty. Clean it.
- Disc is scratched.
- Damage to the disc player.
This picture is captured fromf the User Manual, page 6.
on Apr 07, 2020
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